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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL BUSINESS N STAFF PHYSIOTHERAPIST Required for 100 bed Auxiliary ond 300 Led General Hospital In newly central-Ircd department A large oul-palienl department treating a variety of patients, trie bclny oflhopedlc. Bcn-flls follow A M A. re com mend Sofary Ii75 H70 per mcnlh. available December 111, 1972. apply lo: The Personnel Director Lelhbridge Municipal Hospital Lelhbridge, Alberta Phone Lethbridge. RENT Bcauiy Salon at 335 13Jh SI. N. In-ludei four chairs and four dryers. 75 per monlh Including nil equipment nd ullllllES. Phong TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALQERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Hie EslAle ol ERICH SIEGMLND, alt ol Ctaldale, In the Province df Alberta, who died on Ihfl 33rd day c( August, A.D. IP7J. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons hav-rvg clalmi upwi tte wlalc ol the above named musl tile with undersigned by lha 37 Ih day ct November, A.D. IV73, a full statement erf Ihclr claims and of securities twfd by Ihem. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Darjls1crs and Solicitors Canada Trint Building Albcrla Sollcitc-fi tor the Execulrlx. JANITORIAL Tha Unit Navy and Air Force lenders lor Ine perfo for the Terieri should be a Chairman or the I AN and AF Velcra S17 ilh Ave. Soulh, Lethbrldop, Alberta Forms available In Tenders are to be su Nov. U, 1973. CLEAN YARDS AND OA5E-ncnls. Free citlmarcs. Prompt service. Phcnc 31 M 370. TREE SURGERY FREE esllmflfes Pruning, trimming ind fcll-ny. Call 316-2W4. APPROVAL COMING SOON Road Ranger Iravel trailer, Product of Kit Manufacturing Company, qusl-ty bum irallers since Dealer enquiries [nvilcd. Kit Manufacturing, Road Ranger Division, P.O. Box 1331, Caldwcll, Idaho 64305. Phoir: 203459-8371. SPRUCE, FROM FOUrt TO six II high. Ycur choke S3.SO. Coal-huril Greenhouse. TRIMMING SERVICE Hedqe trimming, trees trimmed or removed. For prompt service SA1 E IN PROGRESSIVE MANURE IN PLASTIC bags. 75 Ibs. Free lown Elgh' lane bowling alley and six table pool room. MARY IRRIGATION TENDER FOR G Tenders wilr be ro dersfaned until 13 o'c ber ftlli, 197: far Ihe ng of approximate yards of pit run g parts ol Iho main Is [and area. DeFnlls may be o Bow Island office. T mitred on a per- cut ID be completed pri 1973. The o necessarily accepted J. C. CROSTHVYA1 Superintendent, St. Miry River tr Box I'.f, Dew hi For further Inlormallon cool act PRO AGENCIES LTD., Box 97, Brocfcr., Albcrla. Phone Seven and Eighty Six One on Plan LETHDRIOGE J.K., ronljinlng One and Ninely Four One Hundredlhs (1. 94) acres rucre or less, EXCEPTING thereout all mines FOURTHLY Lot Tour In Block Two f3) on Plan LETH- BRIDGE 67BS J.K., conrainlng One and One One HundrerJihs (1. 01) acres rrore or less, EXCEPTING (hereout All mtnes dr'J As shown en en unregistered Plan ot Survey prepared by Tdkc'hi Okamura daled the 331n day of July, A.D. and hearing nn.necr I..F D. and eiprc printing from Blocks TW.O fa) dnd Tnrce Plan LETHBRIDGE 43S3 ard Evilly Eight One llunrfrcdlhs (3.E6) frcm let Fr-r f.') in Bfcck One (ij I LE7MBRIDGE J.K. five OnJ hurdrcdlhi (0 Til in BKick Four Plan 1 FTHORIDGH 42S3 J.K. I orty Six (Name of Ihe Cl-i Inn and Piling" will bo received unll p.m. Friday, Nnvemb In 1he nftlce ol Ihe Director ol Lands Natural Resources Building, Edmon ton, for: I Cle.irTng and piling of brush on ap- proximately 1M acres on Ihe Butch er Creek Graiirg Co-op Ltd. leasi area located in Twp, t, Hge. I, W Mer. 12 south and 5 miles wes of Pincher Crrck. Conlacl: J. Otfdle, 37J Wain Slree PJncher Creek Phone: 427-4565 LI Clearing and piling of brush on ap- proximately 417 acres on Ihe We tfron Grazing Co-opcralive Lid., leas area located In Twp. Rge. 1, W ASer, 14 miles soufh orf Chain Lake Conlact: Ed Kelson 5W30-N Phone 338-3103 Stavely. To te by Decembe 15, 1572. Full delalls specification: work end other documents of may also be 3. f Klumpli, Suoervisor ot Graiing R icrves, Room 43D, Natural Kpiourci Building, Ldmonlon and District 5u erviscr's Office, Room 407, 9C9 -jt Avenue, fJorlh Lclhbriu'ge, Phone 32 4-171 cxlcnsion All lenders musl be accompanied b a cerlified cheque in Inc amount 10 of the tendered price ol the will be returned to the unsi cmlul bidders. Tfio tf Ihe su cesitul bidder be relalntd un, ell has been salisfactorily cor plolcd. D. S. Director cf Lands Edmonton, Albvrfa October 70, 1P72 FUNERAL DEASLEY Requiem Mass for Mrs. Anna Mse Beasley, be- loved wife of Iho late Mr. Al- bert M. Beasley who died sud- at the residence Monday, Oct. 16, 1972, at the age of 83 years, was said at a.m. Friday wilh Ilev. Father M. Gillis, OMI, the celebrant. Pall- bearers were John Martlialler, John dc Jourdan, Donald Grant, William Slndnicki, Leonard Bmchet and Angus Cunning- ham. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Moun- tnin View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge cf the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS PARKER In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, who passed away Oclobcr 29, 1968. remembered by wife EUen and all the family. '033 DUNN Bert, who passed away October 23, 1959. Nothing can ever take The love a heart holds dear; Fond memories linger every day. Remembrance keeps him near. remembered b y wife Ann and family. 1034 ZIMMERMAN In loving memory of a dear wife and mother, who passed away Oc- tober 28, 1964. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of one we loved and will never forget. remembered by hus- band, Chester, son, Donald, daughter Arlie and family. 1084 Service. C5165 GERDING Octo- ber 27, 1972, Anna Mary Gerd- mg, aged 81 years, Vul- :an. Bom Castle Bar County of Mayo, Ireland, came to Al- lerta in 1909 and homesleaded n the Pandora district' 1912- 92j, when they moved to he Vulcan district, moving to own in 1951. She was a mem- of St. Andrew's Church, Vulcan and she was the oldest member of the OWL in the district. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. L. (Margaret) S h a w, Vulcan and Mrs. N. (Normal O'Hare, Calgary; four sons, Joseph, Vulcan, Ray- mond, Lethbridge, Arnold, Vancouver, Robert, Vulcan; 20 grandchildren, one great-grand- child; two brothers, John Mo- Hugh and Eddie McHugh, both of Leduc; five sisters, Mrs. Ella Kehoe, Ertmonton, Mrs. Marie Culbert and Mrs. Clara Stobic, Calgnry, Mrs. Margaret Allan, Loduc and Miss Katie McHugh, Leduc. Predeceased hy her husbar.d, Joseph in 1959, son Cecil overseas and one daughter, Eileen September 1972. Funeral mass at St. An- drew's Calholic Church, Tues- day at 10 a.m. Interment to fol- low in Vulcan Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends may mako donations lo the charily of their choice. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, In charge of arrange- ments. C5I63 CARD OF THANKS VAN DYK I am happy to be able lo thank my neighbors for their spontaneous help. A special thanks to those who came with their toppers, dig- gers and trucks. Thanks first of all lo Joe Kacer and Paul Thibodenu who organized the work. Also Viola Kaccr look- ing after refreshments for the men; to Jerry Bartosek, Frank Pavka, Steve Kuryvial, Mike Truyaert, Henry Truyaert, Henry Kurina, John Kurina, Lnddic Pavka, John Pavka, Miles Pavka, Henry Brecka, Bob Simek, Jerry Kuryvial, George Beimelt, Roy Kemper. Also a thank you to those from near and further away who of- fered to help. Thank you all! and Margarelt Van Dyk 1033 PUBLIC NOTICE GOVERNMENT OWNED SURPLUS EQUIPMENT FOR SALE BY TENDER TRUCKS AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT SALE NO. 1000-72 IN MEMORIAMS LOULA In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grand f at) ter, William, who pass- ed away October 28, 1971. Dad, you arc sadly missed alcng life's Quietly remembered day by day; No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts you are E'ways there. The wound i.s deep, And will not heal, Only God JCTJDWS how I feel. You shared my love, My hope, my tears, Thank you, my dear, For the many happy years. I lauffh, I smile, I play my part, But behind It all lies a broken heart. The parting was so sudden, I often wonder why; To me the hardest part of all, We never said pcodbye. remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife Mary; son Le'nrence; daugh- ters, Clara, Pat, Ruth and Mary and grandchildren 1031 WILLS In loving memory of Austin Charles (Tommy) Wills, who died October 28, 1SG9 at the age of 75 years. Though our eyes will never- more be gladdened To see on earth his dear, dear face, The msgic mirror of mem- ory keeps it Undimmed by time or death or space. my his wife Ann Wills and family. 1036 In loving memory of our husband, father and grandfather, Merton who passed away October 29, 1963. No length of time can lake away Our thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent you are al- ways near, Still loved, still missed, still very dear. remembered and ssdly missed by Vi, Larry, Edna, Shawn and Scott. 1037 CHOMICKI In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, jMary, who passed th eceived at tte of the OppcrTurv'h' CampaniT AILtrla Commercial Branch) IBID eSlmnlnl Building, Edmcntan, Alberts, TJJ OH-t, not later than p.m. flll rn.nei liiErccul Iho Pljn Irr, w cdnnl ccnlai inerals. rig hi mg JO.M MORTGAGf V.OUFY AVAILABLE Slf600 TO OR MORE Payrricnls Rale 1 347S U 1 S3 71 13 S 1121 31 iplcs hased on B 15 year amorliialion TERWS dr itrncrliiallon with s s 5 fl.OOO Above DRYWALL1NG, TAPING. SPRAYING ceilings, rcpdLr v.ork Phcnc J3P-J3M. SOUTHERN STAfAP AND STCNCIL Rubr.rr corprralc seals, etc Same d.iy service 1333 7n1 Ave. i. I'ncre 333-JHJ MAYTAG SALES a larnc or too l.ErHBRlOGE NCE, 9CS 3rd Ave, S.-Phone 7J4I4. C73H-1I Up lo 3D YI Nn charge t for norm riebl cor lien or env olner pose. Icrrr va. A reasonable pL.r parcel J SW'i Eccfion 16, sh ip 17. Rangt 23, WtM. in mo F'rov- Ince cf Alfcrfa, ccnl.iinlnn 1AO acre-, more or less. Extpplmg 'inal y-hich lies v.-ifhin Ilic C( Ihe Laguon Site en Plan -1107 J.K, g unio Her all mines ieralr anrl There buildings furhfer phfjtie or wlilf us at Collctje Shopping Lethbndge Allrfrla Terephone 378.7331. YOU DO flETTTR WITH EXPERIENCED MOIIEY FROM C.A.C. Really Limilcd- Subsidiary of CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED P, including am, yi aln Sforflgc. Tcndej-s Fn sealc-d envelopes marked iVMi. accomnanicd by a marked cheque or cash lor of Amount c-f The twidcr must be trt (he of (he Clerk nf Supreme Court, the Court House, Lelhbrrdqe, Alberta, day at November, AD.' 1972.' Tne batar.ce Iho purchase price shall paid into court within 30 fltlor acceptance of lendci successful Icntfcrer docs no! purchBjf. alter acceptance of his tender, the doposiT be frrleitcd The hitihcst or any lender rcl nccos- ful Icndrrcri tc returned 1o them For furlher parrictilars apply fo Offct arKl Carloton, and Solicitors, 7lh STrc-ct South' Lrlhhridoc, Alforla. DATED at l.olhwidge, Albefla, thfs lEIh day ol AD. ALEX A. GI1.CHRI5T ClerK Supreme Courl APPROVFD: L. S. TURCOTTE Local Suprerrfl Courf. rnorc or drrt fr 121. Plan LLIHBRIDGE 47Bi J.K. f-o-ir One HuncYcdlhi '004) acres rrorc cr ID-.S. And the inlrresl fo be is an cstjle in fee simple Ihcrcin. 2. The land is lo be used by the Cify Lethbriclre as a Roaclv.'iy. Thr City of Lcfhbrirtrre is ready lo pay th- sum of TFN THOUSAND F'lVIj IIUNDRFID f SI 00) DOL- LARS lor the land fo be expropriated. A by-1 aw 1o aulhoriie the expropri- afion Mill be first presented lo l h e Councif of Ihe City ol rn Monday the Alh day ol Navembpr, 1972, R! the Council Chambers In Ihe Cily lull, In Ihfl City of Lclhbrldge, nl tho hour of o'clock In the nflrrnoon. J. A Plan of Ihfr land to cxproprl a'ed is on fife In I ha office of lor- dly Clerk ol the Cily of Lcthbrtdge ar.d the Plan 1s" availatre for inspec- tion he l we en Ihe hours cf o'clock fn Iho forenoon and o'clock In 1hs afternoon cf each day Salurddyj, Sun- days and Holidays cxcepted, 6. Ihe owner of any interest In fhc lands Fs entitled before enaclmfnl cl IJie hy-l.iw la mako to the City cf L-lhbridtie at 1he meeting cf Council lo be Itdd al o'clock in the atrernoon ol Monday Ihe Alh day of T973, nncl fo icl forfri his reasons uhy Ihe lands should not 7. Unleji the amount o' compensation K muk'.illy LTDOH The eomprn- sfllion for Ihe land will M ascertained find fixed by Ihe Public Ulllillei Board At n fuTyrp rtato. HATED A! 1he Clly of Lelhbrlriqe frt the Province of Alt.crlji [his 17fh day 0( OCT 1ER, A.D. 1977. Gerra, ClerU OU Irrtical" me clasi ind kJrvd rf fct d at tlw rfiwn Space Gets nof permit complete lining tere of all lltms rfrerid tawevtrT rrale (hit complttB (htalti Incfwllng prices ard CarnLtidis of Sale and Purctase are con'tlned In. icrms which are avAilarlo ai all locaiions liilod, as well any Treasury Branch or tl-.c Alb-jr'i OopM-tunily Ccmpany. DISPLAY PER'IOD: AM llemi open for Inipecllon Oclobw tJrd, 1S77, ta Novemcer 7lh, Irxrlujlve, a.rfl- to p.m. Friday at localloni hdloled LOCATION NO T A1BPRTA OPPORTUNITY COMPANY COMPOUND, 7i50 AIOUNT LAWN ROAD (131 PHONE 474- 14M 11 i Ten lo Ton Pancisr 3 1 Ton CfcCi 4 Tcft PI-KLDI and Par 3 Ton XxJ's; E 3'A Ton and Hnderi i i1 1 Ten ,v CJIC; 1 a'.j Ton 1 19W IHC 1 1911 IHT. DleiEl Tandem Trader; 3 1 Ton StaXflij 1 Trade Vthlc'cs; 1 JD Crawler 1 Dyrwrnomeier; WJ Ntw 7 H.p. 2 Cycle; Ii7 flc.V t H P. Ctiryiltf 3 Cycle I TV Vpn only LOCATION IJO 1 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD Ki .STREET. PHONE W W31 Pi-r.c'r Cruiftr; D3 Cal w Djier arvd Ccotroli 310 Caw Trtcrcr v Flfitrack Personnel Carrier; J cu. yd- V.'av Dragiinei; 4 Graded; 3 Pefn Tralfersi Crnil Dri-r; Snow Wir.q; 13 runninn gear. CALGARY: ALBERTA OPPORTUNITY COMPANY COMPOUND, ftcad S. E. Phons _ i'- TC-TI 4 l'i To.i Panelsr 2 3'.i and itrdtf, 2 1 TCTI v- C.'-C; Ton Koehrirw] 10 Ten 1 Graicrs; l Gravel Trap; 3 Cat CabTe Unllsj 1 rtoi's-ir-' Bti'tr. EDSON. QF HIGHWAYS ANO TRANSPORT YARD i Pl'tun; 'l 'i Ten PsndS; Ton PicUup; 1 3 Tor. FORT WACIEOD: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD 1 Ton P.tkvp; 1 3 Ten CAC; i 4M Tradofj 7 w pear, 1 1-Vj eu. Yd- Insley Dragline; 1 fTl 0-icr; J V.T.eel 1 Conveyer JO'F i LAC1 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS L TRANSPORT YARD GRAND OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD l _ Tun 1 I Retiri Graders; 1 D7 Cat DOJHJ JM TraefoT Wises gear. GXIUSHAW: DUPftRTMFNT OF HIGHWAYS A TflANiPORT YARD t 1 3 Ten PicXL'pi; 1 Ton Pickup; 7 Ot Col Motar Grader' 7 31 Ton; 1 Maiiey Bs'ff- MHDICINE JIAT: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 4 TRANSPORT YARD l _ 3; TOT Picnup; 1 'j Ion Panel; 1 i Ton Tandem CK [XlonktDr 1 Cat Dartr; 7 310 Caw Tracfcri I Mctof GraJer; in ru. 1 RHD DEER: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT YARD 1 Handivjnr l 'j Ton Pichup; 1 I Ton 1 47Q Caw w loaders; 1 L.INcf-wd Nollt-r; 1 Well Head Pump TWO Ib. Hutlic is lo in-retl This equipment and submit leryden mlng mt bid formi All iflles to Iw In wllh Ihe "Conditions erf arxl Pur- thisr' ouflinrd in t-'a trrnr.s All trndsri lo lie by a or order for of the .irnourit c.1 tne te.ndw submitted lo Alberla Ooporfunlry Company, Room ISIO, But 'ding, 10015 103 Avefiue, Alberta, TSJ OHJ. Tor (urlhrr inlcrmarion arsl copies of tender fwm any ef lha abova locaricms or: ANY TREASURY BRANCH ALBERTA OPPORTUNITY COMPANY N F Wm. Piord, Directv Wflte: Cfnfennlal Budding Phoni Ciloary Ofrtce: Room J. J. Bowles Bulldlnfl ISt-Wi away 23, 1971. In our home she is fondly remembered, Sweet memories cling (o her name, These who loved her in Ufa sincerely, Still love her In death just the same. remembered and scdly missed by her son John, daughters Gladys. Betty Anne, Judy ana families. 1033 CIKHITCKI In loving mem- ory of my dear wile, Mary, wfao passed away Oclobcr 28, 1971. My lips cannot tell how 1 miss her, My heart can- nol tell what to say. God alone knowi how I m i s s her, In a home Lhat is lonesome today. loved and remem- bered hy her husband Steve. 1008 HALL In foving memory of j. dear sen, brother r.nd uncle, Lawrence DougUs (BulclO Hallr who pnsscxl away Ociouor 28. 1C-H, and a rear husband, dad and granddad, Mr. J i m Hall, who passed away on Jan- uary 20, 19S9. a graveyard soflly sleeping Close beside a country Lie the ones we loved so dear- ly Gone from us lo Maoist candidate runs campaign from prison TORONTO (CP) Two days after she handed in her nomination papers for the federal election, Maoist can- didate Barbara Biley entered Don Jail to begin serving a nine-monlh sentence for ob- structing police. Despite her limited commu- nications with the electors of Halifax-East Hants, Mrs. Bi- lov snys she is still cam- But she refuses lo say how. Alt hough jail offici als de- scribe her as a mode! pris- oner, (he 23-ycar-olrt candi- date occupies a segregated cell. 'She absolutely refuses I o says Kdilh Tliompson, aclinp head matron. Work for women prisoners consists of washing and iron- ing prison clolhes and linen their abode. Please God take R message To t h o m in I Heaven above Tell Butch and Jim. how' much wo miss (hem And give all our love, --lovingly remembered, sadly missed hy mom. wife, Rose, son and brother Jim, and his family, Ronnie, Michclc, Stacy and Kerry Hall of Edmonton. 1003 and cleaning the corridors. Authorities (hat other prisoners would refuse to work if they fovrnd out flint Mrs. Biley is Iwing allowed to skip her chores, PRISONER' The candidate said in an In- terview she refuses lo work because slie is a ''political prisoner." Her sentence for obstruct- ion was imposed nearly two years ego, but was delayed by appeals. ;